We have seen this and found it to be the crank sensor At Fault and sometimes the cam sensor. What happens is the sensor is a series of windings and they open or even gain high resistance as they heat up then when they cool down the resistance drops and they work fine the idea is measure the resistance of the sensors cold and when the vehicle stope check the resistance again and I'll bet you will find that the value from hot to cold will be different. The own where the resistance is much higher will be the one at fault. good luck
Also to add. In most cases this is attributed to the hard start when warm. Or long crank times during a warm engine. Yet when cold the engine will start up right away always. Almost always this is in reference to the CPS sensor. or crank shaft position sensor. Easily bought on eBay for less then 50 dollars. It is not as easily changed. But the best way I have to change this sensor was to remove the left front tire, and then the plastic wheel well housing. It only has about 5 screws. The sensor is located by the firewall, left side(driver side). And down low near where the trnasmission mates to the engine block. It has a 2 wire pigtail.
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The temperature which is 20 degrees warmer than (-) minus ten degrees Centigrade is (+) ten degrees Centigrade.
The average body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. This equals 37 degrees Celsius (formerly centigrade).
Centigrade also known as Celsius is the interval system for the measurement of temperature where Fahrenheit is a thermodynamic temperature scale. 70 degrees centigrade is equal to 158 degrees Fahrenheit. 70 degrees Fahrenheit is 21.1 degrees centigrade.
32 degrees Fahrenheit- the temperature at which water freezes.
23 deg centigrade or 296 degrees Kelvin
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It means the temperature in degrees Celsius. From freezing to boiling water: 100 degrees. Centigrade is another term for Celsius.
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Celsius and centigrade are the same measure of temperature
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